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Mayor Adams Condemns Attempted Assassination of Ex President Trump

By: Shenal Tissera New York City Mayor Eric Adams condemned the assassination attempt made on former president Donald Trump over the...

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Reviving Sundays: Libraries Reopen to Delight Book Lovers

By: Sonia Zinkin-Meyers City officials and community members gathered at the Central Library branch of the Brooklyn Public Library to...

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Brooklyn’s Pro Soccer Team Launches in Vibrant Coney Island

By: Christopher Edwards For many fans, the weekend’s soccer highlights were surely the Copa America finals and the UEFA European...

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EPA Investigates Potential New Toxic Threats at Greenpoint Superfund Site

By: Shenal Tissera As more than two dozen buildings currently undergo contamination mitigation for dangerous levels of chlorinated...

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Brooklyn Music School Secures Over $500,000 to Preserve Historic Institution

By: Christopher Edwards A century-old music school in Fort Greene has raised over $500,000 in recent weeks to keep its doors open amid...

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Free Pasta, Anyone? Head to This New BK Restaurant

By: Hannah Berman Marie’s, a new pasta spot on Wyckoff Ave, self-identifies as a “love letter to Bushwick.” Chef and owner Miguel...

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SQUALL: A Brooklyn Film Offering a Glimpse into the Journey of Overcoming Substance Abuse

By: Brianna Robles In 2022, 3,026 people died of overdoses in New York City alone, according to provisional data provided by the city. Of...

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I.S. 347 Teachers Accuse Principal of Fostering Toxic Workplace in Bushwick

By: Megan McGibney Intimidation. Toxic leadership. Disrespect. Retaliation. These sharp words were used to describe Principal Neyva Rivera...

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Bensonhurst Residents Outraged by Illegal Street Vendors and Garbage Dumping

New York City Mayor Eric Adams and the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) Commissioner Dr. Ashwin...

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Brooklyn Fencer Qualifies for Paris Olympics

By: Megan McGibney The Paris Summer Olympics begins in July – and one of Brooklyn’s own will compete there! Bensonhurst...

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